Madison

Amy Beyler

Amy Beyer has been a central part of the ZEBRADOG creative team for almost two decades and is known for her passionate dedication to the “Story.” Amy is the Design Director and drives the creative development for the majority of ZD’s projects. Amy has served on the Portfolio and Curriculum Advisory Boards at Madison College and has been a guest speaker and collaborator to their design students.

Amy has created designs for The Sylvee, The Spark, School of Human Ecology, Sub-Zero, Duke University, Miron Construction, Aurora Health Care and Madison College amongst many others.

Amy Beyer has been a central part of the ZEBRADOG creative team for almost two decades and is known for her passionate dedication to the “Story.” Amy Beyer is the Design Director and drives the creative development for the majority of ZD’s projects.
ZEBRADOG
Madison, WI

Mark Schmitz Receives ”Ground Floor Award”

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ZEBRADOG (Madison, Wis.) Founder and Creative Director Mark Schmitz was recently awarded the fourth annual Ground Floor Award for Small Business Leadership by the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce. The award celebrates local champions for Madison, those who are leaders, both in their business and in the community, for the continued development and prosperity of Greater Madison.

ZEBRADOG Names Kathryn Kloehn as Senior Designer

ZEBRADOG Names Kathryn Kloehn as Senior Designer

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ZEBRADOG recently announced the promotion of Kathryn Kloehn to senior designer. During Kathryn’s tenure at ZEBRADOG, she has been a key member of the design team and also worked as a content strategist across a wide variety of projects. Moving forward, she will lead design efforts creating immersive storytelling exhibits within ZEBRADOG’s signature branded environments.

Wisconsin Alumni Park

Finalist 2018
Wisconsin Alumni Park

As an outdoor museum, a storytelling park, a sculpture garden and a festival green, Alumni Park is designed to create and capture the pride, joy and spirit of being a University of Wisconsin Badger. The scope included designing 1.3 acres of outdoor exhibits that seamlessly integrated "The Wisconsin Idea" into the park, reaffirming UW Alumni commitment to giving back and inspiring visitors to make a positive change in the world.

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